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The Chris Wolf Show streaming live Monday, Wednesday and Friday Mornings, 8-9 a.m.
The Chris Wolf Show is broadcast live every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 8:00 – 9:00 a.m. by Maine Coast TV on this web page for computers, iPhones, and Android SmartPhones and most smart TVs, as well as being broadcast of the Maine Coast TV channel on ROKU. The viewing window below is active 24/7 for our programming stream.
The Chris Wolf Show is also broadcast live in Knox County on Channel 7 Time Warner Monday, Wednesday and Friday and at later times during normal programming. It is also broadcast live on Belfast Community TV, Channel 2, in Belfast Maine.
If you miss the live stream of a particular Chris Wolf Show, approximately one week after the broadcast it will be available below on the Recent Chris Wolf Shows section.
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The Chris Wolf Show audio is also broadcast live on WRFR FM 93.3 Rockland and 99.3 Camden/Rockport as well as audio streaming on the Internet at http://tunein.com/radio/Radio-Free-Rockland-933-s14055/.
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Recent Chris Wolf Shows
Amelia Magjik and Steve Carroll are running for the vacant Rockland City Council seat. Though the election is over and Amelia Magjik won, join us for this uplifting interview of two competing candidates in a very friendly and informative discussion.read more
Hand Adventures is a premier guide service located in beautiful mid-coast Maine. They provide exciting and memorable opportunities for individuals and families to experience outdoor adventure in fishing, hiking, hunting, paddling, relaxing lake tours or custom trips.read more
CWS 2017-05-24 What is Hope Worth? Patricia McLean and Stephanie Primm, Hospitality House. WATCH NOW.
An amazing 90-95% of the Hospitality House hard-working clients who remain active in their program are maintaining sustainable independence more than a year out—successfully living, working, and thriving in our community. It works, because it is individualized, and humanized. It builds on trust, on building a positive human relationship. It works because they take into account the holistic human condition.read more
Winner of the 2015 Maine Songwriters’ Association songwriting contest, Jenny Van West’s original songs hit with passion and humor. Crossing the boundaries between country, swing, folk, her songs combine insightful poetry and embody the poignancy, joyfulness, tragedy, and humor of being human.read more
Kim Bernard is an artist from Rockland. She wants to have Rockland’s first sculpture race in August. Teams will build a rolling sculpture and anything goes.read more
Local gardening expert, Hammon Buck from Plants Unlimited in Rockport with great information about what’s happening in gardening this season.read more
Local media experts Ben and Jesse Ellison join Chris Wolf for show on how much the media is actually biased.read more
Dr. Robin Elms of Peaceful Passages talks openly about something most of us try not to think about…the end of life for our pets and how we can make it better and more peaceful for them and us.read more
Studebaker Miniatures, of Rockland, Maine, makes miniature furniture, beds, bedding, and other accessories for upper end doll houses. You’ll be amazed at the detail they produce in these very small pieces. Truly collectors items.read more
If you’re someone with an artist trapped inside of you trying to get out, this might be the place for you. Find out about the “Art Loft”, a non-profit in Rockland, Maine, where you can get all types of art classes and workshops with great instructors for a very affordable price.read more
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Mid-Maine seeks to change the lives of children facing adversity for the better, forever. As a volunteer, you can make the ultimate difference in society…turning around one or more lives. Find out the details here.read more
Ronald Frontin is a contemporary Maine painter who continues the American realist tradition of Winslow Homer with his fastidiously rendered figural images set on the coast and in the countryside. His subjects include the hardworking fisherman and farmers of Maine and...read more
Join us for a great discussion with Brian Kevin from Down East talking about Maine, Down East Magazine, and the upcoming Great Maine Scavenger Hunt sponsored by Down East.read more
What could be greater than two young local farmers ,Elizabeth and Adam, bringing their baby lambs, Ernest and Bruce, to the Chris Wolf Show studio? Tune in for this interesting show.read more
We welcome Camden author Barbara Lawrence to Friday’s show. We’ll talk about her book Islands of Time and its sequel Ben’s Story. We also take a glimpse into life on the islands of Downeast Maine. Very enjoyable show.read more
One-on-one interview by Chris Wolf with Rockland Maine City Council Candidate Amelia Magjik.read more
One-on-one interview by Chris Wolf with Rockland Maine City Council candidate Ben Dorr.read more
Curry in Camden Maine? Well, Yes with Arif Shaikh. Find out more than you ever knew about curry and the delicious curry business Arif is working on.read more
There’s a song titled “If I Had a Million Dollars”. Thanks to our frugal Governor, the State of Maine now has about a billion dollar surplus. Now Maine Representatives and Senators are gleefully singing “If I Had a Billion Dollars’ as they are working to spend this “free” money. Our guest on The Chris Wolf Show is State Senator Dave Miramant, who’ll tell you some of his thoughts.read more
A familiar name for most everyone in the Midcoast, Roger Moody, talks about his new book, The County of Knox, Maine, A Governmental History, 1860-2015.read more
This Chris Wolf show is about the upcoming Camden Rockport Middle School Comedy Tribute, but it also highlight six very smart and talented local students who make their families and communities proud.read more
What better way to start a Monday then with a good laugh. Six students from Camden Rockport Middle School will join us and do sketches from their upcoming comedy show Tribute this Friday at the Camden Opera House. We’ll watch classic comedy sketches like “Who’s on...read more
Sylvan Eichenlaub, 14 year old student from Ashwood Waldorf, and his ambitious school project to restore an Italian Moped. Great job, Sylvan, being an excellent TV guest on The Chris Wolf Show!read more
Steve Roberts, Chair of RSU 13 School Board, for Rockland and Owls Head, details the challenges of their district and also their plan to create a new school for 700 students at no cost to the taxpayers of the district.read more
Intense performances that fall between Alternative Rock and Funk, Vicky Andres is “Life Itself.” Max McFarland, Jason Dean and Andres deliver every performance energized. Her passionate vocals can move from a vulnerable whisper to a courageous roar.
McFarland’s 11-string bass brings an incredible depth to each song and McFarland navigates a highway-sized, fret-less neck with ease.read more
Highland Windows Works from Hope, Maine tells about their unique company that restores antique windows for houses from Maine and beyond.read more
Sue Ellen Mink-Roberts owns and operates Deer Foot Farm Market and Café in Appleton with her husband Gary. But, the story doesn’t stop there. The farm is 104 years old and is filled with stories. Mink-Roberts will share those stories of life on the farm, growing up and the farm’s history in Appleton.
Midcoast Habitat for Humanity is dedicated to eliminating substandard housing locally and worldwide through constructing, rehabilitating and preserving homes; by advocating for fair and just housing policies; and by providing training and access to resources to help families improve their shelter conditions.
Tia Anderson, Director of Midcoast Habitat, will tell you about all this and more, including its new ReStore operation and upcoming projects.read more
Forget about Thelma and Louise. With this Chris Wolf Show we feature Michelle and Louise, Michelle Gifford talking about Edna St. Vincent Milly and Louis MacLelland-Ruf talking about all kinds of things.read more
Bats in the belfry, ghosts in the machine, and squirrels in your attic. All require special techniques to eliminate. Join us and our special guest Aaron Boetsch as we talk about how to eliminate these pesks as well as his other interest…lawn mower racing.read more
Now that Zach has been announced as the winner we can talk with him about how the competition really was. This is a great show if you’re interesting in a lot of “behind the scenes” information.read more
Recent winners of Maine’s Best Vocal Group and a frequent guest on The Chris Wolf Show, the Rt 17 Ramblers are back with LOTS of great music and stories.read more
Tom Dowd, Voice of Toboggan Nationals, gives us a preview of what’s going to be happening. WATCH NOW
If you’ve ever been to the Toboggan Nationals or watched our streaming, you’ll recognize the announcing voice of Tom Dowd. He mixes the facts with back stories, jokes and whatever else he can throw at you. It’s a large part of the experience at this great event.read more
Maine State Senator Dave Miramant does something unusual for a politician….he tells it like it is. Conversation covers a wide range of hot topics in the Maine Senate including the implemenation of the new marijuana ballot initiative.read more
The Camden Opera House is really hopping this year with Winterfest and a number of other interesting venues. Our guest, Kerry Hadley, manager of the Opera House is not only a fun guest, but also full of info about what’s going on at the Opera House.read more
Zach is holding strong in the Alone Show on The History Channel. He is still in with only two shows to go and is back for a special appearance to give us an update and more info on surviving in the wilderness and also on a survival show.read more
The 2017 Camden Winterfest is right around the corner and is going to be jam packed with events and entertainment. Karen Brace, Matt Brown, and Mac Economy from the Winterfest committee will tell us all about it and play some live music to get us started on the celebration.read more
If you thought Roller Derbys were frivolous and uninteresting, you should watch this program. Three young ladies from Mid Coast team Rock Coast Rollers tell us all about roller derby. It’s interesting and exciting.read more
Most of the young kids in the area know Amy Hand, or “Miss Amy”, the Children’s Librarian at Camden Library. She makes the books and the library come to life for the kids with her dozens of costumes and her great personality. Watch this show even if you’re not a kid…you’re sure to be entertained.read more
With the Knox County Maine Airport undergoing constant updates and improvements, Airport Manager Jeff Northgraves fills us in on all the happenings over the past couple of years. Plus, he covers plenty of facts on hand about airlines, airliners and airports so you can impress everyone at the dinner party, or in the lunchroom.read more
A lively and fun show with Anna Adams of the Pope Memorial Animal Shelter in Rockland Maine. Find out about what Anna has been up to, the shelter is doing, and lots of good stories about puppies and kittens.read more
If you thought classical music and harpsichord were boring, tune into this show with John McKean and find out differently.read more
Interesting new energy proposal for Rockland by Larry Pritchett and Brooks Winner of the Rockland Energy Committee.read more
Guest for this show is Kerry Altiero from Rockland's Cafe Miranda. Not only is the food at Cafe Miranda unique, so is Kerry. This is a great show!read more
Great show with Annabel Parker, daughter of schooner Capt. Neal Parker. A student at CRHS, Annabel is a very talented young lady we’ve seen in many of their theater productions. Find out about what she’s been involved in as well as listen to some of her music live on the show.read more
Newspaper editors don’t have to be dry and boring. Check out PenBay Pilot’s editor, Lynda Clancy, on this show!read more
Special guest is Appleton’s Zach Fowler, a recent contestant on the History Channel’s survival show “Alone”, currently airing on the History Channel. Zach lips are sealed as to the result of the competion, but you’ll learn a lot of behind the scenes info on what it take to be on one of these shows.read more
Talking music on The Chris Wolf Show with Harvey Curtis and Mac Economy from K2 Music in Camden, Maine. Find out what’s happening on the local scene and hear a bit of their music as well.read more
Maine voters recently voted to legalize marijuana. This vote has lots of implications, both good and bad. It can reduce our jail population, but it also can create a new economy which can have effects on our communities. Kathryn Avery, formerly from Colorado, discusses some of the major issues we might have to address.read more
Tom Ulichny from Rockland’s Maine Coast Music Academy is our special guest today. He talks about the great things happening at the academy and some changes they are working on to become a non-profit so they can offer music instruction to even more students.read more